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AbstractMass Transportation had become a problem encountered by the Dutch colonial government in their colonies, this includes Banten. These conditions encouraged the development of railway as a solution. The Dutch government successfully opened the railway between Batavia to Anyerkidul, Staatsspoorwegen expanded the line by opening railway from Rangkasbitung to Labuan. The problem discussed in this paper concerned with the placement of a train shelter on the railway line accross Rangkasbitung to Labuan. This paper is descriptive by using spatial approach data analysis. Builders of the railway line in Banten, including Rangkasbitung - Labuan crossing, aimed to open the inclosure of Banten regions, the exploitation of natural resources, and to reduce security threats that often occurred in the area. The placement of train stops at Rangkasbitung to Labuan traffic was done with the consideration on residential areas, passenger destinations, locations of railway crossing, refueling, and government businesses.
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Hermawan, I. (2016). PENEMPATAN PERHENTIAN KERETA API PADA JALUR RANGKASBITUNG – LABUAN. PURBAWIDYA: Jurnal Penelitian Dan Pengembangan Arkeologi, 4(2), 137–149. Retrieved from http://purbawidya.kemdikbud.go.id/index.php/jurnal/article/view/P4%282%292015-6
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